Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support.
Thousands of European tourists are stranded abroad as the coronavirus pandemic has caused the cancellation of their flights back to Europe. Euronews spoke to Germans stuck in Morocco.
'It is serious,' Merkel told the nation, 'take it seriously.'
The calls to the polls came even as officials imposed a drastic nationwide shutdown to limit the spread of the COVID-19.
Germany has more than 3,000 COVID-19 cases and six deaths so far. Much fewer in comparison to other affected countries.
The population is doing well, they're no longer threatened by poachers in the country's forests.
The court ordered the release of the suspect and said it needed more information from the Polish judicial authorities.
The Marxist-Leninist Party of Germany got the go-ahead to erect a statue of Lenin in the city of Gelsenkirchen, despite city authorities trying to block it.
Starting now, all children in Germany must be vaccinated against measles. Their parents can face large fines if they don't follow the new law.
Flights were severely disrupted at Frankfurt airport — one of Europe’s busiest hubs — because of a drone, police and air traffic controllers said.
Whipcracking is a Bavarian tradition that goes back to coachmen who used to announce their arrival in a village with their whip.
A judge said in a ruling that a 2015 law, which banned assisted suicide when being conducted on a “business basis”, was unconstitutional
Health chiefs warned of months of worldwide disruption from COVID-19 on Thursday as Italy scrambled to contain the deadliest outbreak of the virus outside China.
Police say the driver was arrested at the scene in Volkmarsen, after around 60 people including children, were injured at Carnival in the German town.
Uzbekistan and Cameron also claim medals on the last day of the event
Police said over 6000 people joined the march which included families of the victims killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
Tashiro Miku, Shohei Ono and Tato Grigalashvili all triumph in day two of the competition
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced he would hold a summit with his Russian, French and German counterparts on 5 March to discuss the situation in Idlib province, the last rebel stronghold in northwestern Syria.
Judoka brother and sister Hifumi and Uta Abe dazzled with their performances in Germany
About 300 people gathered for a vigil and a solidarity march in the German town of Hanau, two days after a racially motivated shooting in the town left nine dead.
Activists are warning there is a “whole web of potential violent terrorists” linked to the democratically elected AfD party in Germany
Frankfurt fans didn't let it go when hecklers interrupted a minute of silence for Hanau victims
The far-right party tried to distance itself from the attacker while tweeting a link to his manifesto.
"Racism is a poison. Hatred is a poison," said Chancellor Angela Merkel after the deadly Hanau shootings.
Police in Germany are investigating 'racist' colouring books distributed by a faction of Alternative for Germany.
Police say a suspect has been found dead after nine people were killed at two shisha bars in the city near Frankfurt.